Paper Shooters Cardboard Assault Rifle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Poised to become one of our personal favorite crowd funded projects of all time, the Paper Shooters Assault Rifle is a bad ass cardboard rifle that shoots paper pellets.

Looking to take your Call Of Duty developed skills to the backyard? Take a look at these bad boys. Available in 3 different versions including the Digital Ops, Zombie Slayer, and the limited edition Golden Touch, these cardboard constructed guns fire paper pellets up to 75 feet. Packaged in true kit form, you assemble every part of the gun yourself. Modeled after real assault rifles, each gun is loaded with water soaked paper pellets that have been placed in shell casings. Simply clip the magazine cartridge into the gun and fire away. It even comes with a shell ejecting feature. To work on your aim, the designers have included a zombie head target to fire the biodegradable ammo at. Support the project on Indie GoGo.

Paper Shooters Cardboard Assault Rifle

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